You sure can, but there are a couple of things you need to understand first. The basic idea to a contact form on your website is that when a visitor fills out the contact form, your website is going to send you an e-mail notifying you that the visitor has contacted you with the information they supplied in the form.
The question is - how does your website send you an e-mail? Well it's very similar to how your smartphone, or tablet, or desktop appilcation sends an e-mail.
When you setup your smartphone or tablet or application like Apple Mail or Microsoft Outlook, here's what it looks like: So you hook up your smartphone to an existing e-mail account to send e-mails to some destination address.
Here's what a concrete example might look like: So in this example, your iPhone is hooked up to your GMail account. Your iPhone will use your GMail account to send e-mails to your friend's e-mail address.
Now when it comes to your website's contact form, it's not very different. Here's what the setup is: So rather than your smartphone being hooked up to your e-mail account, your website is hooked up to your e-mail account so that your website can send e-mails.
Again, the idea is that your website will use your e-mail account to send e-mails to you notifying you that someone has contact you. Here is a specific example:
So what does this mean for you? If you want BiteSite to code a contact form for you, you'll have to give BiteSite the following information: